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Project Manager

Clearance:
Secret

Date of Clearance Adjudication:
Janaury 11, 2011

Availability:
Janaury 07, 2020 – Janaury 14, 2039

Disability:
Yes (Service Connected) – Percentage: 80

Current Passport:
573210110
Expiration Date – Janaury 28, 2028

Language:
Modern Standard Arabic – Speaking: Intermediate, Reading: Intermediate, Writing: Intermediate

Desired Location:
Stateside
Overseas

Highlight Write Up:
Green Beret Veteran, MBA, PMP, Senior Management Consultant, Active Secret Clearance; 6+ years professional experience

Geo Location:
– Duration: 1-4 weeks

Position Write Up:
Number of months in position – 3
Ernst and Young, Government and Public Sector
Senior Federal Consultant (Acted in Manager role)

Led 17+ inventory analysts and liaised with senior-level US government property managers across 4+ military installations to inspect (physical and document reviews) 28,000+ US Army real property assets, complying with rigorous US government audit regulations.

Facilitated 5+ weekly pre-job training and project overview presentations to 50+ team members, setting new hires for success through onboarding process.

Designed project continuity guide for 40+ US Army Real Property Accountability Officers, building alignment on engagement expectations and setting key deliverables.

Number of months in position – 3
Chevron Corporation
MBA Commercial Decision Analyst Intern

Built a commercial-friendly netback tool (financial modeling) that provides comparisons and economics of multiple third-party gas proposals on a single dashboard, enabling commercial users to understand key value drivers, sensitivities, and negotiation leverage.

Collected and analyzed data from 11+ SMEs to develop best safety practices for Permian Basin operations, ensuring safe and uninterrupted flow of oil and gas streams.

Number of months in position – 63
US Army Fifth Special Forces Group
Special Forces Engineer (Green Beret)

Orchestrated strategy to reorganize and turn in over $10,000,000 worth of mission essential equipment from a US Special Forces base under enemy threat and a strict timeline.

Led 8 Afghan Special Forces teams as tactical adviser for 15+ combat operations in northern Afghanistan with zero US casualties or equipment losses. Awarded Bronze Star for leadership.

Built comprehensive improvised explosive device (IED) recovery program for 35+ Afghan Special Forces soldiers, enabling Afghan Forces to conduct counter-IED operations without dependence on US personnel.

Managed over $2,000,000 worth of property and 20+ vehicles in Afghanistan, ensuring US Forces� combat readiness and capabilities remained 100% at all times.

Negotiated in Arabic to procure equipment and 20+ indigenous transportation assets from local Arab populace, critical to conducting 75+ mile infiltration route in unfriendly area.

 

Skills Write Up:
Military skills:
Special Forces Qualification Course (Engineer)
ASO Level II (Recommended for Level III)
Special Forces Sniper School (Sniper team finished second)
Defense Critical Language and Culture Program, Arabic (2/2 OPI Score)
Special Operations Counter IED Course
Live Tissue Training
Special Operations Horsemanship Course
Basic Army Combatives

Other skills:
Project Management (PMP Certified)
Leadership
Cross-cultural Team Building
Consulting
Operations Management
Logistics
Risk Management
Arabic Language (2/2 OPI)
Procurement
Negotiations
Process Improvement
Facilitation
Presentations
Report Writing
Strategic Planning
Excel
Modeling

Education Write Up:
Project Management Professional Certification (PMP), December 2019

George Washington University School of Business
MBA, May 2019
1st place in 10-week marketing/sales strategy simulation
Experience in: Marketing/Sales, Project Management, Leading Teams, Negotiations
Team leader for consulting projects:
Marketing/sales expansion strategy for South African-based energy solutions provider
United Kingdom market entry for US-based pet care company

College of the Holy Cross
Bachelor of Arts, Political Science, Middle East Studies, May 2010
NCAA Football Collegiate Athlete, Division 1AA (Freshman Year)
1st place in Executive Leadership Workshop case competition
Arabic language studies: Beirut, Lebanon and Amman, Jordan